The Zodiacs Track Team Participated in the 2015 NYRR Youth Jamboree with Impressive Showing

Both new and returning members of the team hit the track and won first, second and third place ribbons

he Zodiacs at the 2015 NYRR Youth Jamboree
New York, October 26, 2015 /KidZNewswire/ -- The Bronx-based team was bubbling with excitement in anticipation of the event. When the guns went off the Zodiacs hit the track determined to make their mark. Their training paid off and they made an impressive showing at the event which made the coaches, parents and kids happy. There were smiles all round.

The NYRR Youth Jamboree was presented by Tata Consultancy Services on Saturday, October 24 at New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory . There were about 2,500 kids age 3 to 18 from all over NYC, along with dozens of seniors at the event. The exciting youth event officially kicked off the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon race week.

?I?ve been watching the Zodiacs for five years and I am very impressed with the team,? said one parent who approached the Zodiacs table. ?They did a great job.?

"The Zodiacs are looking forward to the coming track and field season," said a Coach Francis.

About The Zodiacs

Zodiacs Track & Field Organization, Inc. provides our youth with an avenue to showcase their exceptional abilities to potential college and university admissions department recruiters. We encourage our members to apply for all available scholarships.

We also believe our program empowers our youngsters to make positive, healthy life-style choices and fights obesity. Our program allows our athletes to feel good about who they are and what they do, and strives to ensure that they will become positive, socially conscious role models for their peers.

We aim to be part of the solution, not part of the problem.

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